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JEWS AND THE SLAVE TRADE  According to an interview given by Orthodox Rabbi Lody van de Kamp to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency newspaper on December 26, 2013: “Money was earned by Jewish communities in South America, partly through slavery, and went to Holland, where Jewish bankers handled it....In one area of what used to be Dutch Guyana, 40 Jewish-owned plantations were home to a total population of at least 5,000 slaves,” he says.

According to an interview given by Orthodox Rabbi Lody van de Kamp to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency newspaper on December “Money was earned by Jewish communities in South America, partly.

Mao Tse-Tung (December 26, 1893 – September 9, 1976). This dictator killed more people than Hitler and Stalin together. A bloodthirsty.

Mao Tse-Tung (December 1893 – September This dictator killed more people than Hitler and Stalin together. A bloodthirsty tyrant.///not a muslim but is a killer like the muslims

Mary Ann Bevan (December 20, 1874 – December 26, 1933), AKA "The Ugliest Woman in the World," was known for being one of the worst looking women ever. The reason she had this ugly appearance is because she had Acromegaly, a disease making you grow rapidly. Mary was married at age 3s, the same year that she started getting symptoms of the disease. When Mary died, she weighed 168 lbs and was 5 feet 7 inches tall, which was short for someone with acromegaly.

Mary Ann Bevan

To support her 4 children she entered and won an "Ugly Woman" contest. She worked as a sideshow attraction until her death Dec 26

Largest Mass Hanging in US History: 38 Dakota Warriors hung in Mankato, Minnesota- December 26, 1862,

Largest Mass Hanging in US History: 38 Dakota Warriors hung in Mankato, Minnesota- December What a shame. Who was the real savages?

December 26, 2004 - The southeast Asian tsunami occured following a 9.1 Richter scale earthquake in the Indian Ocean. An estimated 230,000 to 260,000  people died from Sri Lanka to Indonesia, creating one of the greatest humanitarian tragedies in history.  A worldwide relief effort, led by the United States and many other nations, mobilized to assist.

History of the Terrible 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami

Indian Ocean tsunami on December 2004 - killing over people in 14 countries. The picture creates shock and awe at the same time. Look at the size of the wave in the upper right of the photo, compared to the high rise buildings.

Born: August 1, 1911, Monongahela, PA Died: December 26, 1985  Jackie Ormes was the first African-American female cartoonist. Ormes' cartoon characters — Torchy Brown, Candy, Patty-Jo & Ginger — delighted readers of African-American newspapers such as the Chicago Defender and Pittsburgh Courier between 1937-56.

Jackie Ormes was the first black American female cartoonist. Ormes' cartoon characters—Torchy Brown, Candy, Patty-Jo & Ginger—delighted readers of black American newspapers such as the Chicago Defender and Pittsburgh Courier between

On December 26, 1944 John Robert Fox was killed in action when he deliberately called for artillery fire on his own position, after his position was overrun, in order to defeat a German attack in the vicinity of Sommocolonia, northern Italy during World War II. He posthumously received the Medal of Honor in 1997, for willingly sacrificing his life.

12 Unsung Heroes Who Will Inspire You To Be A Better Person

Medal of Honor - John R. Fox sacrificed himself by deliberately calling an artillery strike on his own position

Let's not forget about the holiday that comes after Christmas! Here are some really cool facts about this celebration.

In honor of Kwanzaa (An Infographic

Kwanzaa: an infographic that is perfect for teaching about winter holiday diversity and understanding

Protestant Rose Locke (1526-1613) wrote her memoirs in 1610; in them, she mentioned her father, Sir William Locke's interesting history: ‘I have heard my father say that when he was a yong merchant and used to go beyond sea, Queene Anne Boloin …. caused him to get her the gospels and epistles written in parchment in French together with the psalms’. Rose & her 1st husband entertained Foxe, Knox, & Hooper during Mary I's reign before going into exile.

Protestant Rose Locke (1526-1613) wrote her memoirs in 1610; in them, she mentioned her father, Sir William Locke's interesting history: ‘I have heard my father say that when he was a yong merchant and used to go beyond sea, Queene Anne Boloin …. caused him to get her the gospels and epistles written in parchment in French together with the psalms’. Rose & her 1st husband entertained Foxe, Knox, & Hooper during Mary I's reign before going into exile.

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